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Thanks to the generosity of our donors, since April 2020, the Douglas County Community Foundation has provided almost $50,000 in grants to 22 Douglas County non-pro t organizations to support operations. Our non- pro t community has demonstrated commitment, resolve, and compassion to our most vulnerable citizens during the COVID-19 pandemic. As the uncertainty of COVID-19 continues, DCCF will continue to explore ways to best support our non-pro t community.
The 22 non-pro ts that received grants include:
· 18th Judicial District Juvenile Assessment Center · Activ8
· Aging Resources of Douglas County (ARDC)
· Castle Country Assisted Living
· Castle Rock Senior Center
· Catholic Charities of Central Colorado
· Cherry Hills Community Church – Manna Cares
· Colorado Pregnancy & Newborn Loss Services
· Crisis Center
· Developmental Pathways
· From Silenced to Saved
· Help & Hope Center
· Manna Connect
· Natures Educators
· Parker Senior Center
· Promise Ranch
· SECORCares
· St. Vincent de Paul Society – Pax Christi Catholic Church · Valley View Christian Church
· Wellspring Community
· Zuma’s Rescue Ranch
For more information on the Douglas County Community FoundationortheCOVID-19RecoveryFundpleasecontact: Allison Cusick, Director of Philanthropy and Community Engagement, 720-900-7071,
Fallen Of cer Fund
Providing assistance to Douglas County Sheriff’s Of ce members who are killed
or seriously injured in
the line of duty.
MAIL DONATIONS TO: Fallen Of cers Fund Attn: Sergeant Ron Hanavan 4000 Justice Way Castle Rock, CO 80109
or Click for information or to:
“I believe we have a moral obligation to provide honor, healing and remembrance to our Fallen Heroes and their families for the sacri ces made on our behalf.”
- Tim Davis, FHH President
Please join us in our mission.
We need your help  nancially.
We have more and more requests pouring in daily not only from the con icts of this era, but from those of WWII and Vietnam, and also including those a icted by post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) that have lost their battle.
Our pioneering spirit, faith and vision will never fade. With your support, the road to healing our Fallen Heroes loved ones will be paved with pace, love and honor.
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